Walking Guide - Fitness & Exercise
Walking may be the most popular form of weight-loss exercise, but that doesn’t stop it from getting a little boring. Challenge your workout with these new ideas to walk off the weight. ...Read More..
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The health benefits of drinking water are endless. Here's some tips for staying hydrated whilst walking . . .
|Walking Guides - New Zealand5|
Learn the best places to walk in your city and get tips on where to walk around New Zealand.
|How to walk properly4|
Are you walking properly? Learning to stride right will set you on a whole new path to exercise and relaxation
|15 ways to walk2|
A good walk can be for “me” time, “us” time or “what does it all mean” time, as long as you’re out there.
|Ready, set, stretch!1|
It's important to warm up and cool down properly for even the most gentle stroll. Try these simple stretches.
|Walking quiz | Test your walking smarts1|
Think you know everything there is to know about walking? Think again. Even seasoned striders don't have all the facts. Test your knowledge by taking this quiz, then go to the next page to find some surprising answers.
No matter where you are, walking is often the best way to experience a new place.
|Five walks for beginners1|
Walking has become a distinct sector of the travel industry, with specialist walking tour operators around the world. If you do your research, it’s easy to arrange shorter walks yourself. Here are five good walks around Australia and New Zealand for reasonably fit beginners.
|What to take when walking or hiking1|
A list of essential items for walking and hiking
|Create a walking playlist1|
Walking is one the best exercises you can do. It's easy, free and you can literally do it anywhere, add some upbeat tunes into the mix and you've got a fun, effective workout
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